Make your vote and free will count

Welcome to the United People Movement. We invite you to read The Declaration of Peace. If it appeals to you, please fill in the form on this page and digitally sign the Declaration. The more people sign the Declaration of Peace, the closer the moment of transition to real, irreversible changes comes. This is thanks to all the participants who are making it personal by DOING SOMETHING.

And that’s what it all comes down to, doesn’t it? We could talk about things for many years to come,  but only by getting involved will things change: forming a joint enterprise together, based on a co-operative collective, as a colourful unity in diversity. You can read about how that will come about in The 12 points of change. Together, we are the change, the real power and the real value. If a lot of us get organized, then we OURSELVES will be the ones deciding what happens in our world.

There is a shining example that has already been set for all people and countries who want to solve a crisis properly, and that is the nation of Iceland. The turning-point came when the citizens of Iceland THEMSELVES got a movement and a (r)evolution going. By means of a referendum, people voted to rewrite the Icelandic Constitution. The Icelanders have shown us that when citizens REALLY demand a change of direction, it will actually happen. Who’ll be next?

Signing the Declaration of Peace will give YOUR VOTE significance again, just as happened in Iceland. This time, though, it’s worldwide. Really! Just watch the video below - it’s not long. Together, we’ll create a new world where we, the citizens of the world, hold the reins of power. Share this page, and please spread the Declaration of Peace. You’ll also find the text of the Declaration of Peace below the video.

The purpose of this Declaration of Peace is: the liberation of all children (including our inner child) on this planet, so each human can survive and live in peace and harmony with himself or herself, each other, flora and fauna.

Article 1. Coming into being
Having come into being, the unborn child has the right to live in a healthy, loving immediate environment. It is a duty of the child’s parents to ensure this first and foremost, in partnership with society.

Article 2. Birth
Humanity, in partnership with the child’s parents, bears a responsibility to ensure that the child can be born in peace, joy and safety, in healthy, loving living conditions.

Article 3. Protection
The growing child is entitled to protection from any external factor which damages, or which could damage, the body, mind, conscience, soul or spirit directly or indirectly. Among these factors are: political and religious human doctrines; war; abuse, including sexual abuse; racial doctrine; dualism; propaganda; and the like.

Article 4. Sovereignty
From birth onwards, every child has the right to a healthy life in liberty. In recognition of free will, the sovereignty, equality and inviolability of that life are always to be respected.

Article 5. Development
The child’s parents and/or carers, in partnership with humanity, will ensure that the child is developed lovingly and as well as possible, in accordance with the child’s own pure interests and blueprint. New systems of education now allow us to know what makes a given child happy and what the child is good at; that is where the child’s potential lies.

Article 6. Adulthood
When turning 18 years old, the child acquires adult status; social responsibility; the vote in the co-operative collective; and an entitlement to paid work as befits his or her potential.

Article 7. The basic right to life
The basic right to life entitles all children and adults to love; clean potable water; healthy food; footwear; properly protective clothing; housing; education; healthcare; and growth in consciousness.

Article 8. A good stewardship of good life
It is our duty as humans and as a society to observe a good stewardship of all life, setting an example to our children, who are the future. The concept of a good stewardship of all life is based on two foundational documents: The New Declaration of Human Rights and The 12 points of change.

Article 9. The right to hold a binding referendum
United People Movement (UPM) will be the co-operative voice for all its participants. By this means, UPM will be (one of the entities) determining what happens in each country. Where necessary, all inhabitants of a country will reorganise it by means of their right to hold a binding referendum. This will eliminate waste and will give society constructive energy.

Article 10. UPM as co-owner of basic facilities
As a co-operative enterprise, United People Movement will gradually become an owner of: education; healthcare; water and food provisions; (green) energy provision; infrastructure; banking; public transport; housing (including rental housing); and other basic facilities as desired.

Article 11. A basic income from profit-sharing
As a co-operative enterprise, United People Movement is of a social character. All certificate-holding members enjoy collective benefits and profit-sharing. From the net profit obtained, each of them will accrue a basic income. The purchase of membership certificates will be easily affordable, so that everyone can take part.

Article 12. Equality among people
Each United People Movement participant can invoke all the rights, liberties and duties in the Declaration of Peace, without any distinction of any kind whatsoever, such as nationality, skin colour, sex, language, religious, political or other convictions, origin, property, birth or other status.

As a flesh-and-blood human, bearing within myself direction and understanding, declare in the Here and Now, on the basis of my free will, that I wish to help achieve the Declaration of Peace, for the sake of life itself.

Please go to the form on this page to sign the Declaration of Peace digitally. Thanks!